I never forget a gay face. I have what scientists call a homographic memory.

Lee

Bree: Gaby, if you're really serious, I will set you up with a class at my gun range. They'll teach you about gun safety. You will get a permit. And then, we'll see about you getting a gun.

Gaby: Great! So, in the meantime, if skulking guy breaks into my house, I'm just going to yell, "Freeze! I'm taking a class!"

Bree: Gaby, I'm not giving you a gun.
Gaby: Why not? I let you borrow things all the time.

Sometimes it's the little things that make us feel secure, like an old friend at bedtime, money saved for a rainy day, or matching coffee mugs. But, there are times when these small comforts are up against big challenges.

Mary Alice

Mary Alice: No matter who we are, we all experience moments of dread. When we ask ourselves: Will anyone believe I'm innocent? Will my daughter be a child of divorce? Will this man break my heart? Are there things that go bump in the night? And sometimes, the answer is yes.

Carlos: Stop pouting. It's fun to sleep outside.
Gaby: I'm sure it is. That must be why the homeless are always so cheery.

Chuck: I'm sure you want to avoid another mistake like your second husband, the hit-and-run driver. Orson, was it?
Bree: What?
Chuck: Tell me who was creepier... him or the pharmacist who killed himself while you were dating?

You found something bad? Is he a dirty cop...or a Democrat?

Bree

Renee: I never date a guy until I've done a complete background check.
Bree: Maybe I'll just Google him.
Renee: Amateur.

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